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F. Manasseh, Software Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), Tallahassee, Florida
Answered Nov 21, 2019
The fox is often considered to be a carnivore, but its wide range of foods makes them omnivores. Omnivores eat both plants and meat, and they will eat anything they can find, including but not limited to a small bug to a plump rabbit. Their meat diet consists of lizards, rabbits, fish, mice, little birds, eggs, and grasshoppers.
They also enjoy the splendid pleasures of sweet fruits, which include strawberries, plums, apples, and blackberries. It is because of their eclectic choice of foods that they can adapt to any environment or situation. Foxes like to eat meat the most, but if the meat is scarce, they are sly enough to compensate for other types of food.